Dubai, the gleaming United Arab Emirates metropolis on the sandy shores of the Persian Gulf, is one of the world’s most prosperous cities—featuring the world’s tallest building, one of the world’s largest shopping malls, and a 7-star hotel with its own helipad. Much of the service industry caters to those who can drop $1,000 on lunch at a club that humbly calls itself Billionaire Mansion.
In that spirit, CNN now tells us of the latest amenity offered to the Dubai elite: A yacht that acts as a floating grocery store. Dubbed the “world’s first sail-thru supermarket,” Carrefour Bites and More by the Shore will stock everything from ice cream to sunscreen and cool beverages for the wealthiest of douche bags—in the event their man-servants forgot to pick up the Schweppes tonic water before setting sail. Affluent fuckwads can also pick up sundries by jet ski:
The service features an app that rich pricks can download to place orders, which will be delivered via skiff to their sailing vessels within 45 minutes.